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Museum of London has unveiled a series of photography featuring Waltham Forest mums-to-be who have welcome their new arrivals in the borough’s year as the Mayor’s first London Borough of Culture.

Looking ahead to Leytonstone Loves Film this September, we sit down for a chat with celebrated Waltham Forest-born avant garde filmmaker, John Smith.

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The Willowherb Review, a platform that celebrates and bolsters nature writing by emerging and established writers of colour, has announced that they are commissioning four Waltham Forest-based artists to respond to their ‘People’s Forest’ special issue.

This year, children age 5 to 11 can achieve an Arts Award by simply recording what they are currently doing in any in arts and craft, design, drama and music activities they enjoy taking part in.

A guide of top things to do in Waltham Forest over the next week

Marta Bielawska-Borowiak of talks to Marcin Masecki, Polish jazz and classical pianist, who will perform as part of the Polish Jazz Series on Friday 16 August.

We’re All Bats, a new events programme offering exploratory, creative, meditative and fun ways of connecting with our often overlooked (literally) sense of hearing.

We spoke to Staying Out, the collective behind this weekend's party, about the inspiration behind Out in the Forest, and what to expect from the night.

A guide of top things to do in Waltham Forest this weekend

A new mini-festival brings music to the streets of Walthamstow this summer.

Barbican and Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture announce the programme for Leytonstone Loves Film

One of the main attractions of the Waltham Forest Mela has always been Kabaddi

An interview with the artists behind Living Symphonies

An interview with Mela performer Hani King

The Week Ahead: A guide of top things to do in Waltham Forest over the next seven days.

NAO announced for Chingfest

The Week Ahead: A guide of top things to do in Waltham Forest over the next seven days.

Celebrating Waltham Forest’s rich Islamic heritage, hidden histories and everyday Muslim stories.

An interview with Pell Ensemble

Waltham Forest welcomes first rainbow bus shelter for Pride

They're back, and better than ever

On 6 September, London’s much-loved bent London triflemakers Duckie will present Duckie Loves Fanny, a one night only grand show for 1,000 audience members as part of Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019.

The next Make It Work grant will be completed by Leytonstone's X7eaven dance studios and they’re throwing a huge party on July 6 to celebrate. 

Headliners announced for Walthamstow Garden Party

Phsychogeographer-In-Residence, John Rogers, who leads walks around Waltham Forest, tells us more about psychogeography, what fascinates him about his surroundings and what to expect.

Six things to do this weekend in Waltham Forest.

Ways of Seeing walking tours announced

As part of the Fellowship Funding, five local venues have been awarded grants of up to £10,000 to develop their space for culture either through accessibility, modifications or new facilities.

What to see at E17 Art Trail this weekend